Definitions for "CLL"
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. CLL is a disorder where too many lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, are produced. This disease results in the abnormal accumulation of lymphocytes in the marrow, the bloodstream and the lymphatic system. CLL always involves the bone marrow, frequently involves the lymph nodes and less often infiltrates the spleen.
Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia - a cancer of the blood caused by the accumulation of affected B-cells in the body that typically progresses slowly
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is a form of slowly-progressing leukemia, a disease characterized by an accumulation of abnormal lymphocytes, typically B-cells, in the blood and bone marrow. The malignant cells grow both in the bone marrow, where they can crowd out normal blood-producing cells, and the lymph nodes, where they can result in bulky and/or uncomfortable tumors.
Communicative language learning. refers to an approach to language learning and teaching that emphasizes the value of real or realistic communication activities in the classroom. Learners focus on the content of the communication and not the grammar; learners carry out goal-based activities such as role-play and simulations, with a variety of structures used, and without teacher intervention. CLL can be contrasted with “grammar explanation and drill” teaching, which focuses on the form of the language, and in which meaningful information is rarely exchanged in the classroom.
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